The little kid who will jump up and down and does whatever to divert attention from others to them selves when it is not appropriate. Who interrupts and tugs at your skirt hem. No, it’s not pretty but understandable. My heart smiles knowingly—she was never allowed to go through that “cute-embarrassing” stage.
KC: Even though I don’t like this aspect of myself I acknowledge that that part of me has been starving for attention; and I choose to show compassion for myself.
KC: Even though I’ve stepped on the toes of others; and I tend to beat myself up for it. I choose to understand and forgive myself for being human.
KC: Even though I’m not as aware and evolved as I would like I embrace my humanness and choose to love myself.
EB: Me, Me, Me---look at me
SE: Don’t talk to her
UE: Notice and listen to me
UN: It’s all about ME
CH: Listen to ME
CB: I want to shine
UA: I want you to see me and adore me
TH: I’m just a little kid inside can’t you see that
EB: sweetie they can’t see that
SE: they can only see the adult body and the child-like behavior
UE: I see you though
UN: I love how you can’t wait to show and be grown-up
CH: I’m so proud of you
CB: It’s okay to be excited and proud
UA: It’s a process to learn to channel it in an adult fashion
TH: It’s called passion for your work
EB: Take all the desire to shine and pour it into what your life’s work is about
SE: I can do that?
UE: Yes, it’s safe and I’m here to support you
UN: Take that unbounded exuberance and pour it into your passions
CH: Love yourself for slipping
CB: Love yourself for being human
UA: Love yourself for growing up
TH: You never got to shine before and I’m so proud of you
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: It doesn’t take years to grow up---it only takes a soul-felt acknowledgment of the child-like behavior. I see you and love you my precious one.